1993 Renault Trafic

1993 Renault Trafic
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Renault Trafic Problems
Motor-krank mili -yatak sardı -krank mili gerekli
1995, Motor Yatak sardı Krank mili ve piston
kolu gerekli nasıl temin edebilirim. Bu
Pomping system
1993, the car do not move above 60kmh. after
which it will be ceasing if u accelerate. the
2000, smoking bad engine missing service light
comes on and off apart from that drives fine b...

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:1700 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Price (out of date):$3476

1993 Renault Trafic specs, Engine size 1700cm3, Transmission Gearbox Manual

Renault Trafic is the name used by Renault for recent generations of its light vans.

The current Trafic is the Renault-branded version of a panel van developed in a joint venture with General Motors (GM), and also sold as the Vauxhall and Opel Vivaro; it is also sold by Renault's ally Nissan as the Primastar.

The Trafic is built at GMM Luton, Luton in the UK, along with the Vivaro and Primastar.

In an agreement between Renault and Nissan, versions of the van are also manufactured at Nissan's plant in Barcelona, Spain.

The van exists in several versions, from a 3-seater with all the rear space available for loads, to a 9-seater. Its name is based on the French word for "trade" or "traffic" (depending on the context).

The van was designed by Renault in Paris, and both Renault and GM versions are manufactured by GM at their plant in Luton.

A mild facelift in 2006 saw the orange indicators swapped for clear ones more integrated into the headlamp housings. (On the Vauxhall & Opel models, the indicators moved from the front bumpers, up into the headlamp housings, thus looking more similar to the Renault.)


The Renault Trafic has been available in Mexico since early May 2007. This is the only country in America in which it is offered.[citation needed]

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